Quarterbacks in the transfer portal might change college football.

The college football regular season is ended, meaning just a few teams will play conference title games this weekend.

The other college football teams may give it their best, but they don't care who wins. Instead, they'll focus on the graduate transfer site, which opens to everyone else on December 4. Everyone will watch the transfer site for quarterbacks, as usual.

While quarterbacks like Stanford's Ari Patu, Michigan State's Noah Kim, and Texas Tech's Tyler Shough are intriguing, they are unlikely to decide next season.

However, a few quarterbacks may elevate one lucky program, and many teams could use stronger quarterback performance

 As the portal changes and surprises college football fans, here are four quarterbacks who might transform the game next year. 

Johnathan Smith left Corvallis for Michigan State, thus DJ Uiagalelei will search for his third school. Being fresh to the market, he hasn't been assigned a program, although Oregon, where he might reconnect with his brother and replace Bo Nix, and Michigan State, where he could follow Smith, are possibilities

He was expected to go to Hawaii before committing to Oregon State in last year's transfer season, but after a great year, he should be in demand by a contender. 

Many analysts and fans believed Riley Leonard had a Notre Dame locker before Mike Elko left for Texas A&M. Since he has a tag in the gateway that prevents other programs from reaching him, Notre Dame is his desired landing spot.